Here’s a sneak peek at the next issue of Hi-Fructose, in mailboxes and on shelves around the world in January! This issue features: the paintings of Eunjeong Choi, the paintings of Riika Sormunen, a retrospective on the art and life of Eyvind Earle, the narrative quilts of Bisa Butler, the geometric B-Boy sculptures of Taku Obata, the dense digital collages of Luis Toledo, cover artist Mitsuru Watanabe’s take on classic paintings, the figurative paintings of Kati Heck, and a review on a new documentary on special effects legend Phil Tippett! Plus: a 16-page insert on the drawings of Ozabu printed on fine toothy paper, and more. Reserve a copy here—or even better, get a one-year subscription here or a two-year subscription here.
The 53rd Volume of Hi-Fructose is coming soon! This issue features the paintings of Laurie Lee Brom, the mixed media works of Tanmaya Bingham, a retrospective on the art of Robert Proch, the woven sculptures of Sandra deGroot, Justin Lovato and the atomic soup of the natural universe, the psychedelic 8-bit inspired worlds of Jess Johnson, the art of Pissing People Off with sculptor David Cerny, the textural paintings of cover artist Joseph Lee, the prismatic tunnel vision of artist Jen Stark, plus a 16-page insert on the drawings of Nathan Reidt printed on toothy paper, and more! Reserve your copy here, or you can subscribe to our magazine with a one-year subscription or a two-year subscription.
The London Police
The 52nd Volume of Hi-Fructose is coming! This coming issue arrives in July and features print-exclusive articles on: the paintings of Aron Wiesenfeld, the dynamically disturbing charcoal drawings of Anna Park, the bright and mysterious houses of Valeriya Volkova, the figurative paintings of Denis Sarazhin, Shyama Golden and the elusive Catsquatch, the graphic novel inspired sculptures of Troy Coultermanan, painter Max Seckel, the nightmare-fueled paintings of Sean Norvet, and Amsterdam street/mural artists The London Police on the cover, plus a 16-page insert on the art of Jim Woodring! Order a copy today here. Or subscribe today here and receive a subscriber-only exclusive sticker by Jim Woodring and a year’s worth of HF delivered direct to you.
It’s the 51st Volume of Hi-Fructose! The spring issue features: The strange geometric paintings of Yu Maeda, the ornate head dresses of Magnhild Kennedy, collages by John Vochatzer, the powerful paintings of Sergé Gay Jr, the gravity defying art of Cintal Vidal, the elastic illustrations of Angela Ho, the dangerously dark world of Peter Ferguson, the glass sculptures of Amber Cowan, the autobiographical paintings of Stuart Pearson Wright, a review on the documentary and upcoming books of sculptor Stanislaw Szukalski, Plus a 16-page special insert section the paintings of cover artist Brandi Milne and more. HF Vol.51 arrives in April.
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It’s the 50th volume of Hi-Fructose! This landmark issue features: the figurative paintings of Prudence Flint, the suspended collage sculptures of Dustin Yellin, the dynamic painted illustrations of Shoichi Okumura, the graphic paintings of DABSMYLA, the beautiful and foreboding watercolor paintings of Annie Owens, the intricate upcycled trash sculptures of Bordallo II, the latest work of Audrey Kawasaki, a review of the latest documentary on Meow Wolf, and a gold foil-stamped cover feature on AJ Fosik! Plus a 16-page special insert section the paintings of Jason Limon and more. HF Vol.50 arrives in January. Subscribe today and receive the subscriber-exclusive Coloring Book. And see more previews on the click-through. Reserve a copy here, and for subscriptions, head here if you live in the U.S. and here for Canadian subscribers.
This issue’s features include: the poetic figurative paintings of Lukifer Aurelius, the glitchy narrative mayhem of Ori Toor, The bold graphic paintings of Hilda Palafox, the ornate sculptures of Beth Katleman, the outrageous paintings of cover feature Erik Parker, the intricate drawings of Ben Tolman, art history and the reluctant realism of F. Scott Hess, and the new sculptures and paintings by Amy Sol, as well as a special report on the hand painted (and uber violent) movie posters of Ghana. Plus: a Special 16-page insert section dedicated to previewing the Hi-Fructose Presents: the Art of the Mushroom show and more. Subscribe or order a copy today. See more previews after the jump.